Below are the results of several Google searches of terms used to describe people of Mexican descent in the United States: Mexican American, Chicano, Hispanic, Latino, and also illegal and undocumented (with specific reference to Mexicans).
Last weekend the Los Angeles Times ran an editorial on the arrival of the first Starbucks in East L.A. That’s right, an editorial!
Article mentions policy brief by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center.
UCLA Newsroom, May 25, 2007
An article that appeared in the fall 2004 issue of Aztlán has won a national award in American history. “The Political-Economy of the Mexican Farm Labor Program, 1942–1964,” by Joon K. Kim, won the 2007 ABC-CLIO America: History and Life Award, which is given biennially to recognize and encourage scholarship that advances new perspectives on accepted interpretations or explores previously unconsidered topics in American history.